Hello! I am currently a junior and am aiming at West Point admission (Class of 2023) as a goal over the next year and a half or so. I'm wondering if any of you have any advice on how I can improve my chances. Academically, I take all honors and AP classes, and have about a 3.8 unweighted and 4.35 weighted. I'm taking all the most challenging courses my school has to offer, including AP Physics, AP U.S. History, AP Lang, etc this year and I am on track to take AP Chemistry and AP Calculus next year. We do not know our class ranks but I am likely in the top 10%. I've taken the ACT twice, my scores are... - Math: 30 - Science: 29 - English: 34 - Reading: 33 - Composite: 32 I've also only taken the SAT once; I got a 1400 (700 for both sections). For my extracurriculars... - Student government (hoping to be President next year, but if not I will have a high position) - Lettered all through high school in soccer, indoor track, and lacrosse - Track captain and will likely be a lacrosse captain come spring - All-Conference honors in soccer and lacrosse, All-State in lacrosse - President/founder of a politics and civics club - Volunteer in Unified Sports - Spanish Honors Society - Percussion Section Leader for school band, drummer in school Jazz Ensemble - Music Honors Society - Robotics Team - Math Team - Freshman Class President - Hugh O'Brian Leadership Conference & START Leadership Conference (I was faculty nominated for both as the only attendee from our school) - Not current, but I will most likely be inducted into National Honors Society in the spring. I have started training for my CFA, but I haven't officially taken it yet. I do not know if it matters, but I have spoken with my Field Force Representative, my Regional Admissions official, and have done a day visit to USMA. I'm also working on getting a nomination for Girls' State, which I know USMA likes to see. I'm looking for some advice on what I can improve on to make myself more competitive for admissions. My academics are pretty much set in stone at this point, but any other extracurriculars, tips, or other things I should know about would be very helpful. I will also be applying to SLE in the coming weeks. At this point, what are my chances both for SLE and for admission? Thank you!